Eat, Drink & Be Generous

Rebuilding community through good food and generosity.

Working together to rebuild community through good food and generosity.

As a series of virtual events, Eat, Drink & Be Generous is centered around good food and raising money to support the community. 

Check out the chef lineup and reserve your spot for upcoming events below!


Chef Lineup 


Trey Lamont | Jerk Shack

Belltown
Caribbean Cuisine

Born and raised in Seattle, Chef Trey Lamont was inspired by his early experience in his grandmother’s kitchen and knew from a young age that he wanted to cook. His menu is inspired by his Jamaican heritage, with a focus on made-from-scratch cooking using house-ground spices, smoked and fried to perfection.
Visit the Jerk Shack page >>

Edouardo Jordan | JuneBaby

Ravenna
Southern Cuisine

After graduating from Le Cordon Bleu culinary school, Edouardo Jordan worked the renowned restaurant scene of New York, including The French Laundry, Per Se and Lincoln Ristorante. Chef Jordan, a two-time James Beard Award winner, opened his first restaurant in Ravenna, Salare, in 2015—and has since opened JuneBaby and Lucinda Grain Bar.
Visit the JuneBaby page >>

Donna Moodie | Marjorie

Capitol Hill
Pacific Northwest Cuisine

Born in Jamaica and raised in Chicago, Donna Moodie found her way into her mother’s kitchen at an early age. In 2003, having already opened two successful Seattle restaurants, Moodie transformed a former venture into Marjorie, paying tribute to the inspiration for her lifelong affair with hospitality.
Visit the Marjorie page >>

Jen Doak | Brimmer & Heeltap

Ballard
Fusion Cuisine

Jen Doak is a Seattle local with over two decades of experience in the wine and hospitality industries. She thrives on bringing people together and truly cares about being surrounded by good people and quality interactions.
Visit the Brimmer & Heeltap page >>

Logan Cox | Homer

North Beacon Hill
Mediterranean, Middle Eastern

Chef Logan Cox, a James Beard semi-finalist, brings us Middle Eastern small plates, influenced by Pacific NW ingredients. Homer’s long list of accolades includes ‘Best New Restaurants in America’ last year by GQ.
Visit the Homer page >>

Ethan Stowell | Ethan Stowell Restaurants

Seattle Region

Chef Ethan Stowell grew up in Seattle and connects with community through his restaurants stretching from Ballard to Capitol Hill. His transformation of simple ingredients to culinary marvels has gotten him nominated for several James Beard Awards.
Visit the Ethan Stowell’s page >>


Upcoming Events


These events will bring guests together over Zoom for an evening of robust discussion around issues impacting people in the community, a special cooking or bartending demo from a featured chef or bartender plus fundraising to help those in need. Food and/or cocktail kits will be supplied by some of Seattle’s best local restaurants and available for guests to pick up the night of the event.

Seattle Chef’s Table–$100

Salare
Sold out!

Edouardo Jordan

Community Cocktails–$30-$50

Marination

Kamala Saxton

Community Cocktails–$30

Métier Brewing Co.

Rodney Hines


An Extra Reason to Be Generous


Become an Emerging Leader 365 ($30/month) or Change Maker donor ($100/month) during an Eat, Drink & Be Generous event and be entered for your chance at 2 Alaska Airlines first-class tickets anywhere Alaska Airlines flies. Winner will be announced December 31, 2020. 

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Sponsor This Event


Together with our donors and partners, we’re working every day to rebuild our community in Seattle and King County in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. This is a great opportunity to help our most vulnerable neighbors get back on their feet while also lifting up our local restaurants.



Thanks to these Generous Event Sponsors

Because of the generosity of event sponsors, all proceeds from ticket sales and donations made at events will go to supporting the community. Restaurant costs are covered by sponsorships.


FAQs


How will the virtual events work?

After registering, we’ll reach out to you with details about the menu, where and when to pick up your meal kit if applicable. Close to the event, we’ll send you the secure Zoom link.

What’s in a meal kit?

Meal kits are put together to serve two adults. We’re doing our best to accommodate some dietary needs (e.g. vegetarian), though this may vary by event/establishment. Every meal and/or cocktail kit will be different depending on the featured chef and restaurant. Most will involve at least some level of preparation necessary, such as grilling a steak or dressing a salad.

If I’m unable to pick up my meal kit, can I get a refund?

Registrations aren’t refundable but are definitely transferable! If something comes up, we encourage you to share your ticket(s) with someone who you really like. It’s going to be a fun event—and is a great opportunity to get to know more about United Way and support local restaurants.

Are you planning any in-person events?

For now, we’re going fully virtual through fall and winter. We’ll reevaluate as things improve with both the weather and COVID-19.

United Way of King County is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt nonprofit organization and your donation is tax-deductible within the guidelines of U.S. law. To claim a donation as a deduction on your U.S. taxes, please keep your email donation receipt as your official record. We’ll send it to you upon successful completion of your donation.